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A lawsuit filed last week in Harris County claims the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People did not pay its bill at the downtown Houston Four Seasons Hotel during its 103rd Annual Convention in July.
Court documents examined by Houston Business Journal show that the hotel alleges it is owed $99,500 for room, banquet and finance charges.
Here are the charges on the invoice, dated Nov. 27:
July 19: $34,401 — NAACP Banquet Charges
July 19: -$35,220 — NAACP Advance Deposit
July 24: $60,723 — NAACP Attrition
July 24: $39,909.59 — Room Charges
Aug. 6: -$4,492 — NAACP Rebate
Sept. 15: $1,497.19 — NAACP Finance Charges Posted Automatically
Oct. 15: $1,428.31 — NAACP Finance Charges Posted Automatically
Nov. 15: $1,450.77 — NAACP Finance Charges Posted Automatically
Total Amount Due: $99,597.21